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“Sporting Girls”

So I guess I’ve been neglecting the blog at bit. I’ve been swamped with work and other forms of chaos since about November. A break in the work allowed me to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, … Continue reading

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Richard Mourdock, Rape, Pregnancy, and the Greek Gods

[I’ve been working over this post off and on for days. It’s weird and a bit disjointed. Not sure if it conveys what I want to get across, but I’m sick of looking at it in my drafts queue. It’s … Continue reading

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Lessons in Avoiding the Subject You’re Talking About

A small group of women, who call themselves Missouri Women Standing with Todd Akin (MWSTA), have banded together to support the embattled Republican senate candidate. The Guardian had an article about them last week, Todd Akin’s female army: “We want … Continue reading

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